121: How Good Can You Stand It?
How would you rate your current love life on a scale of 1-10? Be honest with yourself; the rating you give your love life isn’t that important. What is important is acknowledging whether you like the rating you chose, or if you want your love life to be better. We often place limits based on what we think is available to us and we think that, if we’re unhappy with our love lives, we’re stuck with our lot.
But the truth is, if you want to have a different experience in your love life or any area of your life, you need to believe that the kinds of experiences you want to have are actually available to you. If you don’t believe that more is possible, you’re very likely to prove yourself right. So, how good can you stand your love life (or any aspect of your life) being?
Tune in this week to discover how to allow yourself to want things, and that it’s safe to allow yourself to enjoy what you want. Even if you and your affair partner are both married with children and you’re worried about the consequences if you’re honest about your desires, Dr. Marie Murphy is showing you how to open yourself up to the possibility that any situation you’re in could be as good as you can stand it.
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What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
Why you need to start believing that having what you want to have is possible for you.
How going after what we want brings up a lot of discomfort, but that doesn’t have to be a problem.
Why this idea that you attract what you want without taking action is well-intentioned, but simply not true.
What’s really happening when it seems like the things that we want just come to us without any effort.
How so many people believe that their low expectations are protecting them from disappointment.
Some of the thoughts I hear that stop people from enjoying relationships that are everything they’d ever wished for.
Why, when you do find a relationship that makes you happy after a long time of not having that, it can be hard to settle into, trust, and enjoy.
How to start allowing yourself to want what you want and take responsibility for your situation, so you can start taking action towards what you want.
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